The South of Spain, Andalusia, was on my list for a long time. We kept postponing it because it’s too far to get there by car and driving has been our way of traveling as a family. But last week we flew to Granda and the three “kids” had their first flight ever. Oops, shouldn’t call them “kids” anymore since they’re “already” 16, 16 and 14.
I will show you pictures of Granada trying to regroup them over different posts.
Let me start by showing you some of the views we had from our window.
Spain has always had a special place in my heart.
Spain has been one of my first and most favorite summer destination as a child. My parents were never much into beaches, so we’d go to the Pyrenees. The Pyrenees form a natural border between France, having the green side of the mountains because they get more rain and Spain, having the more rough side.
I actually really like both sides of the Pyrenees. However, if you live in a country that is famous for its cloudy (gray) skies, no need to explain how attractive stable sunny and hot weather can be.
During my last year at university I participated in the Erasmus Program and I studied for 4 months at the university of Leon, in the North of Spain. It’s a long time ago, but I think being a student in some place always leave memories that’ll last a lifetime.
Much more to come in the next days.